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By Tashae Haughton Peel Regional Police are investigating the death of nine-year-old Kesean Williams, who was shot through the window of his Bramtpon home Wednesday night. Police responded to a call at 51 Ardglen Dr....

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Compiled by Sara Yonis Charles Sousa is one of six Liberal candidates who wants to be the province’s next premier Ontario. He will find out of he’s the one this Sunday Jan. 27. Premier Dalton...

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JJ Abrams to direct new Star Wars movie

January 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Tatiana Patterson His name is JJ Abrams, and he’s trying to control both galaxies. Star Wars fans have mixed feelings about Abrams, who was confirmed yesterday as the director of the seventh installment of...

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Winterlicious is at it again!

January 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

[SlideDeck2 id=18993] By Erika Panacci Defeat the cold winter blues with a cheap and tasty meal from restaurants across the city with the annual Winterlicious event. Winterlicious is one of Toronto’s biggest winter culinary events,...

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Rob Ford ‘thankful’ he’s still mayor

January 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

Video by Ali Chiasson and Kristin Andrews With files from Shylo Adams Story by Jennifer Alvarez Toronto Mayor Rob Ford said he is “very happy” the Superior Court overturned his conflict of interest ruling. “I’d...

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Don’t “wine” about the cold

January 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Story by: Kristin Andrews and Cindy McKenney Photos by: Kristin Andrews [SlideDeck2 id=18905 iframe=1]...

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Ford or no Ford: Torontonians weigh in

January 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Humber News reporter Ali Chiasson and videographer Jesse Thomas were at City Hall on the eve of the Divisional Court decision in Mayor Rob Ford’s conflict of interest case. Judges will hand down their verdict...

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By Sara Miller Local rabbis, students, farmers and teachers will meet under one roof for the second annual Shoresh Food Conference. The conference, which will be held at the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre in...

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  By: Sara Yonis A proposed law allowing drinking and driving in rural Ireland is getting reaction around the world, including in Toronto. “Any amount of alcohol impairs your ability to drive.” That is the...

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by Shumu Haque The hunger strike by First Nation Attawapiskat’s Chief of Council Theresa Spence may have ended, but her supporters say the struggle to ensure equal opportunities for the aboriginal people will continue. Following...

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